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The world's smallest horse stands at 17 inches. Thumbelina is a dwarf of a miniature horse.
October 12, 2006 in Animals | Permalink
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She weighs 60lb and is five years old. She was born on a ranch that specializes in breeding miniature horses.
December 06, 2006 at 01:29 PM
She is in fact a dwarf miniature horse, the first and only baby of one of Goessling's mares (the mother was later sold as a pet).
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Wow this horse looks pretty cute, I hadn't knew about this little baby but it's kind of funny seen a horse like this one.
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